- Understanding the importance of fertility assessment and AMH screening
- The growing trend of postponed childbearing
- The need for accurate fertility prediction and counselling
- How preventive reproductive medicine can help secure your reproductive future.
- Identifying those who cannot afford to wait.
- Helping individuals make informed decisions about family planning.
The Consequences of Postponed Childbearing
- Diminished ovarian reserve and its impact on fertility.
- The decline in egg quantity and quality with age
- The increasing need for fertility interventions in older age groups
- Accumulation of reproductive threat factors
- Age-related health issues that can affect fertility.
- The impact of lifestyle factors on fertility potential
- Increased risk of adverse obstetric outcomes
- Higher chances of pregnancy complications and birth defects
- The need for more intensive prenatal care in older mothers
Fertility Assessment and Counselling (FAC) Clinic: A Game Changer
- The concept of the FAC clinic
- Providing personalized fertility assessment and counselling services
Empowering individuals to make informed decisions about their reproductive future.
- Services and procedures offered at the FAC clinic.
- Ovarian reserve testing and risk assessment
- Individualized counselling based on risk factors and reproductive potential.
- Risk assessment inspired by FertiSTAT self-evaluation form.
- Identifying risk factors and their levels
- Providing tailored advice based on an individual’s risk profile.
Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH): The Crystal Ball of Fertility?
- The role of AMH in predicting natural fecundability
- AMH as a marker of ovarian reserve and reproductive potential
- The correlation between AMH levels and natural fertility rates
- Unpublished data by Hvidman on AMH and its potential
- The impact of AMH on spontaneous pregnancies
- The future of AMH in fertility assessment and counselling
- The challenges and limitations of AMH screening
- Confounders and AMH assay issues
- The need for a normal range and cut-off levels
- Addressing the complexity of human reproduction
The Pros and Cons of Fertility Assessment
- The benefits of early fertility assessment
- Identifying potential fertility issues before they become problematic.
- Encouraging proactive measures to preserve fertility.
- The drawbacks of fertility assessment and counselling
- Potential anxiety and stress related to fertility information.
- The limitations of current fertility prediction methods
- Striking a balance between information and anxiety
- Providing support and resources for individuals undergoing fertility assessment
- Encouraging open communication between healthcare providers and patients
Empower Yourself: Options for Fertility Preservation and Treatment
- Fertility treatments to consider.
- In vitro fertilization (IVF) and other assisted reproductive technologies
- The role of fertility medications in boosting fertility potential
- Oocyte donation as a viable alternative
- The process and benefits of using donor eggs.
- Ethical considerations surrounding oocyte donation.
- Social freezing: The modern approach to securing your reproductive future.
- The process of freezing eggs for future use
- The benefits and risks of social freezing
Conclusion: Your Path to a Secure Reproductive Future
- Embracing preventive reproductive medicine
- The importance of staying informed about your reproductive health
- The role of healthcare providers in promoting preventive reproductive medicine
- The importance of continued research in fertility assessment and AMH screening